This program offers students a broad foundation of biblical and liberal arts studies including intercultural studies, history, language and philosophy.

What Makes This Program Different

In offering a broader range of study, this program intentionally makes interdisciplinary connections between biblical studies and the humanities. 

An emphasis on cultural formation encourages students to contextualize their own culture in face of increasing globalization and intercultural dialogue. Students will also benefit from developing valued research, critical analytical and effective communication skills, preparing them for advanced university, seminary and graduate level education.

Students are strongly encouraged to take a full semester of the program abroad by applying to one of the Best Semester programs offered through the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. 

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Dr. James Enns


All courses are three credits unless shown otherwise.

Bible & Theology Major (45 credits)

BT 409 Word and World
NT 112 Reading the Gospels and Acts
NT 221 Reading Paul’s Letters
NT 351 Reading Hebrews to Revelation
OT 112 Reading the Torah
OT 221 Reading the Historical Books
OT 343 Reading the Psalms and Wisdom Literature
OT 453 Reading the Prophets
ST 100 The Christian Life
TH 100 Introduction to Christian Theology
TH 210 The God of the Gospel
TH 313 Creation to New Creation
Bible and Theology electives (9 credits)

Arts & Sciences Core (39 credits)

AS 400 Integrative Seminar
HF 111 Thinking and Writing
HF 231 History of Western Civilization I
HF 232 History of Western Civilization II
SC 230 History and Philosophy of Science
SS 170 Christianity in the 21st Century World
SS 210 Introduction to Psychology
SS 261 Leadership Foundations
Arts and Sciences elective (12 credits)
Arts and Sciences elective 300 level

Humanities Major (21 credits)

HF 403 Humanities Directed Study
HF 406 Humanities Research Paper

Five courses from this list: (15 credits)
HF 242 Survey of Western Philosophy
HF 317 Christian Classics in Historical Perspective
HF 334 Christianity in the Ancient and Medieval World
HF 335 Christianity in the Modern World
HF 336 Experiencing History and Cultivating Historical Consciousness
HF 430 Topics in History
TH 343 History of Christian Thought I
TH 344 History of Christian Thought II

Electives (15 credits)

For course descriptions, see our catalogue here.

  1. Demonstrate a grasp of the foundational concepts in History, Philosophy, Sociology and Psychology
  2. Analyze primary texts in History and Philosophy in their historical-cultural contexts.
  3. Practice the academic skills of library research in finding primary and secondary source documents.
  4. Show competence in identifying and summarizing scholarly arguments, and identifying presuppositional commitments in scholarly works.
  5. Develop written and oral communication skills in presenting their own scholarly research.
  6. Cultivate a theological understanding of the subject disciplines in the Humanities core.

For our Tuition & Fee rates as well as Room and Board please see Fees & Financial Aid


Canada & United States Application

Fall 2024 (September start), Winter 2025 (January start), and Online Education (start anytime) applications are open. 

International Student Application

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Master's Application

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We have launched our Campaign for Greater Impact to provide students with the very best learning opportunities and campus facilities for the decades ahead. 

In Phase One of this Campaign, we plan to invest in much-needed campus renewal, including: upgraded Infrastructure, a new Student Residence, Cafeteria, Worship Auditorium, and expanded Aviation Training Centre. A modern campus requires an investment that is bold, and even expensive, but each Campaign Project is strategic, and designed to enhance Prairie’s campus and student life experience.

Expansion of Prairie Aviation Training Centre

This expansion of PATC’s facility is a key project of Prairie’s Campaign for Greater Impact. It will increase the College’s capacity to train a new generation of Christian aviators to serve God in missions, and also address the growing need for trained pilots in the commercial aviation sector.

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Prison Bible Encounter Program

Encourage inmates in five institutions across Alberta to discover or reconnect with Jesus Christ. This fund assists the students studying the Certificate in Bible program with scholarships, resources for classes, and instruction. 

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